WWF: It’s time to act on nature loss

*Even though nature is our lifeline, we’re losing it at an alarming rate: 1 million species are at risk of extinction, forest areas the size of 27 football fields are destroyed every minute, and 66% of marine environments have been significantly altered by humans. And that’s just to name a few of the ways we’ve pushed nature to its limits. 

These impacts have been and are going to be felt far and wide – from the food we eat and the water we drink to the ways we heat our home and look after ourselves when we get ill. That’s why it’s more important than ever for countries to agree on the details of a global plan for nature that can ensure we have more nature tomorrow than we do today. A nature-positive future by 2030.

Right now, countries are in Nairobi, Kenya, meeting again to hash things out. What we need is good news – no excuses! Let’s turn the tide on nature loss:

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